Call-on Congress 2018 - SOLD OUT

Mar 18
Hosted by:Fight Colorectal Cancer
March 18, 2018 at 8:00am to
March 20, 2018 at 10:00pm
Key Bridge Marriott Hotel map 1401 Lee Highway Washington, DC 22209

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Fight with Courage!

Policy decisions on Capitol Hill impact colorectal cancer patients. Join us for our annual advocacy event where we'll train you to meet with Congress and explain the issues. The event is open to anyone impacted: patients, caregivers, family members, friends and medical professionals.

Register for Call-on Congress – let’s change policy together!

Established in 2007, Call-on Congress is a three-day event where colon and rectal cancer survivors, caregivers and loved ones from all over the country unite to make their voices heard through advocacy! Advocacy isn't scary - it's simply using your voice and your story to raise awareness on Capitol Hill. We'll provide you with the tools you need. All you have to do is sign up!

This year is our 12th annual Call-on Congress! Celebrate our advocacy victories with us and continue fighting to change policy. 

"Call-on Congress gave me courage to believe l had a future after cancer. The support and encouragement has changed my life completely." Elaine Newcomb, Wyoming, stage IV colon cancer survivor

"Most empowering event you'll ever attend!" Kristin Keesen, Colorado, stage III colon cancer survivor

"Call-on Congress makes you feel enlightened and powerful. It truly makes you feel like your voice can change lives." Libby Schrack, junior advocate, Ohio, family member

For information about the agenda, speakers and FAQs, visit:

Registration closes February 15 or when capacity has been reached. Deadline for booking hotel rooms is February 16.

If you have any issues registering, please contact* 

*Please note that in the case your credit card is denied, before making multiple attempts, please check to make sure the billing address of your credit card matches what you are providing in the credit card fields. If they don't match, the card will be denied and holds are placed with your bank even for failed attempts. This is a practice we don't agree with but have no control over.


Thank you to our sponsors!



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